The per pupil cost of educating each student at DCMS is close to $10,000 per year. Students’ families pay up to $2,500 per year in tuition. The balance of our operating budget comes from donations. There are many ways to support DCMS from sponsoring students and donating materials to hosting students on their way to summer camp and boarding school.
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The Deep Creek Middle School would like to recognize and thank the following individuals and organizations for their generous sponsorships of our students.
The May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
McAlaine Family Foundation
Miles & Pat McDonald
Ross & Nancy McDonald
Robert and Jennifer McNeil
Peter and Gretchen
Jack and Louise Murphy
James & Kylie Nottage
Sand Dollar Fund
Wendy and Stephen B. Siegel
Solstice Bahamas (Brian & Laurel Smith)
The Springbank Foundation
The Windemere Island Foundation
The Whitehall Foundation
The Allen Family Foundation, Inc.
The Burton D. Morgan Foundation
The Calvert Foundation (Laurie Swett)
The Claneil Foundation
The Cotton Bay Foundation
Fred Danforth & Carlene Larsson
Steven Della Rocca & Courtenay A. Hardy
Sean & Sarah Farrington
Fieldstone 1793 Foundation (Mrs. Henry A. Jordan)
James E. Findlay
Benjamin and Jennifer Freeman
Geoffrey Freeman and Marjie M. Findlay
John & Anne Geissinger
The King Family
The Klarr Family
The LaBoiteaux Family Foundation (Toni LaBoiteaux)
The Lyford Cay Foundation
The Deep Creek Middle School would like to recognize and thank the following individuals for their ongoing support of our school.
Chris & Monica Cates
Jay and Michele White
All DCMS families make a financial or in-kind commitment to the school, however, the balance of the cost of education is great. A $15,000 scholarship supports a student for grades seven, eight, and nine, at $5,000 per year. Donors are matched with students for their DCMS career and receive ongoing academic and personal updates.
“I am excited to be at DCMS because it can help me apply for scholarships that can help make my future brighter.”
- Brenae Williams, DCMS student
Camp opportunities for DCMS students are unique, to help in this process we are looking for volunteer families to help with logistics such as overnight homestays and transportation to and from camp. In the past students have attended camps such as Dudley & Kiniya, Betsey Cox, Chewonki, R.K.Y and Camp Queen Elizabeth. If you are interested in learning more about the camp program or helping please contact us.